El Bosque is one of several courses designed by Robert Trent Jones during his most prolific spell in Spain from the mid-60s to mid-70s.
Site of the U.S. Women’s Amateur Four-Ball team tournament in 2018, the course at El Caballero Country Club is a Robert Trent Jones Snr remodelled layout from an early 1960s William Johnson design, characterised by gently doglegging, tree-lined fairways and well-bunkered greens.
The World Cup was played at El Rincón in 1980 when the Canadian team of Dan Halldorsan and Jim Nelford held off a strong challenge by the Scottish pairing of Sandy Lyle and Sam Torrance to win the tournament.
One of three 18-hole courses to be found at Firestone Country Club, the North is an engaging Robert Trent Jones Snr layout that debuted in 1969, ten years after the South course was unveiled.
Harvey Firestone, founder of the Firestone Tire and Rubber Company, originally established the Firestone Country Club in the late 1920s as a park for his employees.
Gávea is widely regarded as Rio de Janeiro’s most prestigious golf club. It dates back to 1926 and the course occupies a delightful setting to the south of Rio, adjacent to the Tijuca National Forest.
Golf Club de Genève is the premier course in the Geneva region and it was designed by Robert Trent Jones, opening for play in 1972. It is set most beautifully with stunning panoramic views across Lake Geneva.
Golden Horseshoe's Gold course was closed during 2016/17 when an extensive renovation was carried out by Rees Jones and Greg Muirhead. Bunkers were reconstructed, greens resurfaced and the entire course re-grassed.
A very private 18-holer that you'll not find listed in any Moroccan golf directory, Golf du Palais Royal d’Agadir is a Robert Trent Jones Snr design that lies within the heavily guarded ramparts of the Royal Palace...
A dozen of the Lake course fairways at Grand National are laid out around the shores of Lake Saugahatchee and one of those holes is regarded by some as the finest par thee in Alabama’s RTJ Golf Trail.